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Royal Blue Cream Separator


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Default Royal Blue Cream Separator

My mother has our cream separator and wants to sell it. It is a Royal Blue that they bought new from Montgomery Wards some time around 1950. She has all the manuals and it was working when parked. She ask me what it is worth and without a clue I decided to ask here. What do you think?
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Default Re: Royal Blue Cream Separator

Hi, I was wondering if it is a floor model or a table top, as the price can differ some. A floor model is around 175.00 and a table top around 100-150. I am very interested in cream separators and have collected for a few years now. Keep us posted.
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It is a floor model and I will pass on this information. Thanks
I will let you know if it is for sale.
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